The Sprawling Nyc Loft of Today Show Host Savannah Guthrie Just Went on The Market For $7.1 Million
An indoor area of 3,735 square feet is found in the anchor's four-bedroom Tribeca apartment, which is the equivalent of a three-bedroom house in terms of size.
Today co-anchor Savannah Guthrie is taking things one step further than her fellow morning show hosts, who offer viewers a glimpse into their daily lives, by allowing buyers into her $7.1 million residence in New York City, which is currently on the market for a cool $4 million.
According to Rich Report, she has decided to sell the apartment in Tribeca she bought with her husband, Michael Feldman, back in 2017 for a cool $7 million. A total of 4,735 square feet of living space are available within the condo, which has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. An impressive amount of space can be found within the condo, which extends over an entire floor within a boutique residential building. The condo is situated on the second floor. The chic digs were also professionally designed by AD100's Monique Gibson, who installed white oak flooring throughout the rooms, as well as hand-painted murals by a well-known local artist named Dean Barger, who is a well-known figure in the area's art world.
There was something about the roughly 50-foot great room of the dwelling that attracted Guthrie and, more specifically, its massive concrete ceiling, that drew him to it. "It seems so urban and cool," she thought it was very hip and trendy. I think that this gave the home a certain edge," says the homeowner, who also pointed out that massive steel-framed glass doors separate the living and dining areas, adding to the overall industrial appearance of the home. The room is decorated with a custom marble-and-white oak bar, an antiqued mirror, as well as a Saint Laurent marble island that adds to the glitzy feeling.
Additionally, there is a fireplace in the master suite as well as an expansive dressing room with custom oak millwork that has been installed throughout the entire suite. Furthermore, the bathroom boasts a spa-like experience with a soaking tub, a flatscreen television, a separate shower and a bluestone finish. An adjacent office could double as an additional bedroom if you are not the type to live like a bachelor. It is currently equipped with a built-in desk, as well as a hidden Murphy bed hidden by wood panels that can be hidden from view.
Although the couple admits to the publication that they are going to have a difficult time parting ways with their beloved house, the pair is hoping they will be able to fulfill their dream of one day owning a townhouse somewhere else in the city in the near future.
As the listing agent, Cortnee Glasser from Sotheby's International Realty is handling the transaction.